NORTH Queensland Toyota Cowboys coach Neil Henry has added forwards James Tamou and Gavin Cooper to his successful 17-man squad from the weekend for the round seven clash with Cronulla on Saturday night.
A quick whip-around of all the results from the weekend's Toyota Cup action.
THE Pirtek Parramatta Eels have decided to take an early guilty plea for the grade two striking charge lodged against fullback Jarryd Hayne.
AARON Winder gives us his finest 17 from Round 6.
TUESDAY'S Expert recaps all the results from Round Six plus Johnathan Thurston increases his lead at the top of the Player of the Year Leaderboard.
THE St George Illawarra Dragons have outlasted a gallant South Sydney Rabbitohs 16-0 in a grinding game in which neither team crossed the line until the 67 minute.
PLAYING on Dairy Farmers Stadium prior to the North Queensland Toyota Cowboys' NRL clash with the NZ Warriors will be one of the big thrills awaiting the teams who will play in the final of the Laurie Spina Shield on June 18.
THE NRL's Match Review Committee has handed down a two-match ban to Eels superstar Jarryd Hayne, while Bulldogs utility Corey Payne and Tigers lock Chris Heighington are both looking at a week off.
THE "Last Resort" Roosters are an embarrassment to the game...
RESULTS summary from Round 5 of the Queensland Rugby League - Intrust Super Cup, FOGS Cup and FOGS Colts Challenge.
A scintillating display from fullback Javarn White has helped propel the Norths Devils to a 34-28 victory over Easts Tigers in a see-sawing clash at Langlands Park on Saturday afternoon.
REVIEW of all this weekend's round 10 action in the Engage Super League.
ALL the weekend results from Round 6 of NSWRL New South Wales Cup and Bundaberg Red Cup competitions.
MELBOURNE have hit the road and will venture back with two points, after downing a spirited Panthers team 25-10 at Penrith Park
NEWCASTLE got home against a spirited Cronulla today at Ausgrid Stadium, but it was a result not confirmed until the final minute as the Knights held the Sharks out 24-20 in front of 12,796 Novocastrians